First episode of Ben Watson's long-running radio show Late Lunch With Out To Lunch after the summer break of 2016, an hour called "Way Twirly". Having quoted George Eliot's epigraph to **Daniel Deronda** dissing myths of beginnings, Watson starts **in media res** with the closing three minutes of his previous show: Edwardian undertaker John Plant backed by the sacred steel of the Campbell Brothers, Helen Tate's whizzing electric violin, Peter Baxter finding a beat and OTL's "Ersatz Ersatz". OTL's Word Jazz begins "The intricate wisdom of my east-of-Eden oestrogyn ..." and finishes with "...here comes the rabble dabble in the deftly-broken Petri dish". The show includes a recording of Adam Bohman (table top) and James Malone (guitar) playing at Skronk Fest, New River Studios, Saturday 27-viii-2016; Cornershop's 7" single "What Did the Hippie Have in his Bag?"; Sheila Lahr and Jair-Rohm Parker Wells talking about the USA, Thailand and revolutionary politics in North Finchley; plus Jair-Rohm Parker Wells' "Peace Park" (**Soul Home**, 2016) and two of OTL's graphic poems: "Tube 'E' Eaten" and "Winch Shed Witch".